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A witty and erotic look at resisting sexual temptation. Two men spend their
holidays in a house near St. Tropez with a beautiful young girl who collects
men the way some people collect art. Both men try to resist being added to
her collection. However, they soon fall victim to her charms. Winner, Silver
Bear – 1967 Berlin Film Festival

“Wryly and delightfully witty.” — Tom Milne, Time Out Movie Guide

New And recent releases

Like his 1991 masterpiece, A Brighter Summer Day, Edward Yang’s new
film, Yi Yi, finds universal life lessons in the everyday exchanges between
ordinary people. In this case, the characters belong to three generations of
a “typical” Taipei family, the Jians. The drama is set in motion on the day
that Min-Min Jian’s brother, A-Di, gets married, complete with pregnant
bride and a bitter “ex”. That’s the day that Min-Min’s mother suffers a
stroke and is rushed to the hospital in a coma. It’s also the day that N.J.
Jian bumps into Sherry, his first love whom he hasn’t seen for twenty
years. In the following weeks, Min-Min will run off to a religious retreat,
N.J. will meet Sherry in Tokyo, teenage daughter Ting-Ting will get her
first difficult lesson in love, and eight-year-old Yang-Yang will steal your
heart as he tries to make sense of it all.

Visit the official Yi Yi web site.

Best Foreign Film
— New York Film Critics Circle
— Los Angeles Film Critics Association

Best Film of the Year
National Society of Film Critics
— A.O. Scott, NEW YORK TIMES
— Susan Sontag, ARTFORUM

“Triumphant! Quietly Powerful.” — Stephen Garrett, TIME OUT

“A marvel of delicacy and humor!” — Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE

“Lucid. Absorbing. Overpowering. The Work of a Master!” — A. O. Scott, NEW YORK TIMES

“One of the year’s best! Rich, funny, enormously humane… Yang is a world-class talent!”
— David Ansen, NEWSWEEK

“Heartbreaking. Lucid. Elegant. Nuanced. A wonderfully engrossing experience!”
— J. Hoberman, VILLAGE VOICE

“Poignant and Radiant!” — PEOPLE

“Captivating!” — Lisa Schwarzbaum, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY

“Generous and humanizing. When it’s over, you’ll wish it weren’t. You will also feel better about being
alive. Do yourself a favor: Don’t miss this one!” — John Leonard, CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING

“Glorious!” — John Anderson, LA TIMES

Fromat and prices

Title Film
Format
Film
Rental
Public Performance
Video Purchase
400 BLOWS, THE 35mm Cinemascope $500 $250
16mm Flat & Scope $400 $
A TIME TO LIVE
AND A TIME TO DIE
35mm $250 $150
A ZED AND TWO NOUGHTS 35mm $500 $225
ADVENTURES OF FELIX 35mm Cinemascope $500 $250
ALEXANDER CALDER N/A N/A $195
ANCHORESS 35mm $250 $195
ANTOINE AND COLETTE 35mm Cinemascope $200 $ 75
16mm Cinemascope $200 $
ASCENT, THE 35mm $275 $175
AVIATOR’S WIFE, THE 35mm $500 $150
BECKETT ON FLIM 35mm Please Inquire Please Inquire
BESHKEMPIR -
THE ADOPTED SON
35mm $400 $225
BAD BLOOD (Mauvais Sang) 35mm $400 $225
BAY OF ANGELS 35mm Cinemascope $500 $250
BEAUTOPIA 35mm $250 $195
BED AND BOARD 35mm $450 $195
16mm $400 $
BOILING POINT 35mm $350 $195
BOOK OF LIFE, THE 35mm $350 $225
BOY MEETS GIRL 35mm $400 $225
BOYFRIENDS AND GRILFRIENDS 35mm $500 $150
CAN’T YOU HEAR THE
WIND HOWL?
16mm $300 $150
CHAPPAQUA 35mm $250 $195
CHLOE IN THE AFTERNOON 35mm $500 $150
CHRONICLE OF A DISAPPEARANCE 35mm $300 $225
CIRCLE, THE 35mm $500 $250
CLAIRE’S KNEE 35mm $500 $150
CLOSE-UP ON BINTU, A N/A N/A $195
CONCEIVING ADA 35mm $300 $225
CONFIDENTIALLY YOURS 35mm $350 $150
CONVICTION, THE 35mm $300 $225
COUNTESS, THE 35mm $200 $150
CROWS AND SPARROWS N/A N/A $150
DASHILEE HAMMETT:
DETECTIVE. WRITER.
N/A N/A $195
DEAD HEART 35mm $250 $195
DIVINE TRASH 35mm $500 $250
DUST IN THE WIND 35mm $250 $150
ELIXIR 35mm $250 $175
ELLA FITZGERALD:
SOMETHING TO LIVE FOR
N/A N/A $150
ELVIRA MADIGAN N/A N/A $195
EMPEROR’S SHADOW, THE 35mm $300 $225
ENDGAME 35mm $500 $250
ERNESTO CHE GUEVARA 35mm $300 $195
EVERY LITTLE THING 35mm $250 $150